Qlik Virtual Meetup Scotland (QVMS) Ep 12 | Rob O’Neill / Jen Woods | Josh Good
Book your place on the Qlik Virtual Meetup Scotland – 16th October 2020
Co-hosted by our very own Qlik Luminary, Andrew McIlwrick, the Qlik Virtual Meetup Scotland is a forum for Qlik Developers of all levels to learn from and engage with senior industry folk and each other.
Date: 16th October 2020
Time: 3pm GMT
Location: Online (Zoom)
This Meetup is for anyone passionate about or interested in Qlik technologies, Business Intelligence, Big Data, Data Analytics, or Data Literacy in their organisations or in their personal passions. Qlik Virtual Meetup Scotland welcomes all levels of expertise; technical and business people alike.
For Episode 12, there is an eclectic mix on the latest of Qlik combined with the latest in healthcare tech…
Rob O’Neill and Jenni Woods represent the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMB) and NHS Tayside respectively.
Rob has done some incredible work integrating with DataRobot to create a #healthcare Qlik Analytical Command Centre, at the forefront of intelligent and self-learning analytical solutions.
Jenni is focused on #NHS data intelligence at the heart of the COVID pandemic and planning for Winter. How the intelligent presentation of information is crucial within the NHS to understand where we’ve been, where we’re going, and how we’re going to get there.
Josh Good is VP of Product Marketing Data Analytics at Qlik and the delivery maestro of Top x in the land of Qlik. Josh will give us the rundown of the latest innovations at Qlik, including highlights of recent releases including a few demos. We will also get insight into the near term roadmap.
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